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Steinman, Eliezer, editor
KETUVIM kerekh alef 1926-1927
1926, 1927, 13 Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv, Eretz Israel. In Hebrew. KETUVIM kerekh alef 1926-1927/ 49 x 34 cm. Broken spine so the work is now in two sections. 3 loose leaves. Very large folio. KETUVIM [= WRITINGS] a weekly on of culture, literature and the arts is a Hebrew literary journal published in Tel Aviv for approximately seven years. The first issue was printed in 1926 and the last issue was printed in 1933. KETUVIM was founded at the initiative of Haim Nachman Bialik. The first editor was Eliezer Steinman, and after a time Avraham Shlonsky joined him as editor. Ketuvim emerged as a mouthpiece of the Hebrew Writers Association, and many of its members contributed to the first issues. Among them were well-known and conservative writers such as Isaac Lamdan, Asher Beresh, Jacob Fichman, Avigdor Hameiri, Jacob Rabinowitz, David Shimonovitz-Shimeoni. After approximately one year, Ketubim became a staunch opponent of the leaders of the Writers Association, and as a result the Writers Association removed its sponsorship from Ketuvim and established "Meoznaim." From 1927 until it ceased publication, the small group of in Ketuvim waged a vociferous literary war against the Writers Association, its leaders and their literary organ. A few of Alexander Penn's first poems were also published in Ketuvim. The journal also published the poets Natan Alterman, Raphael Eliaz and Abraham Chalfi. Ketuvim, like other literary journals, published manifestos, and also translations of contemporary world literature, thereby making these available to literary readers in Eretz Israel and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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